Kuwait, in an average November, gets ½ inch of rain. My best guess was that on the 18th we got 3”-5” of rain. The desert is just not built to absorb it, the infrastructure is not built to handle it and it sends people into a semi-appropriate panic. Imagine 6” of snow and ice falling on Miami.
Here are few pictures I took and some from tertiary sources on the internet (who did not credit them). It was something to see – best from a distance.
|There is a road there. Really.|
|This lake is the section of desert where I run Falkor.|
Humor in Chaos
Rain is in the forecast for the next 3 days, I leave in 5.
Great post but a report went out asking all blogs and social media to remove photos of flood damaged pics of the camps. It's a OPSEC violation.ReplyDelete